Find Lawyers in Colorado, United States for Immigration Law
Phil earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado in 1975 and earned his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in 1978. He has practiced immigration law exclusively since 1985, including all aspects of business and family immigration, as well as deportation and removal defense. In recent years, he has focused primarily on representing individuals placed in removal proceedings. He has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 1985 and served ...
Jocelyn has extensive experience representing companies and individuals with their immigration and global mobility needs. Her practice focuses on providing efficient and effective immigration and global mobility solutions to companies throughout the United States. She represents a broad variety of companies and individuals with all types of business-related nonimmigrant petitions (especially H, L, E, O, P and TN petitions), applications for labor certification, employment-based immigrant peti...
John Combs represents employers in matters relating to their international workforce. His practice focuses on employment based U.S. inbound immigration solutions including temporary worker petitions and permanent residency (“green card”), applications, and related tax and export control issues.
David (or Dave) has been practicing immigration law exclusively, including business, family, asylum and deportation defense, since 1999. David graduated from the University of Denver in 1998 with a law degree and a master's degree in International Studies. He has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyer's Association since 1999, served on the AILA Colorado Chapter's Executive Committee from 2004 to 2009, and was the Chapter Chair for AILA Colorado from 2007-2008. David was named an "U...
Brad Hendrick’s practice focuses on immigration law and employer compliance and planning. Mr. Hendrick is a Boulder native. He earned a bachelor's degree with honors from the University of Michigan in 1996 and earned a law degree and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Colorado in 2002. He has been practicing immigration law since 2002 and joined Caplan & Earnest in 2009 after spending several years with a boutique immigration practice in Denver. He a...
Jeff Joseph is a graduate of the University of Denver, College of Law. Jeff is founder and Senior Partner of Joseph Law Firm, P.C. He is the Director of Corporate Immigration, Worksite Enforcement and Employer Compliance. Jeff currently serves as the Secretary on the Executive Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is a past Chapter Chair of the Colorado Chapter of AILA and served for 6 years as director on the AILA National Board of Governors. He also served as Vice Ch...
Companies large and small frequently engage Roger to provide counsel on a broad spectrum of employment and immigration issues. With extensive experience and a national reputation for being at the forefront of change in immigration law, Roger is able to find positive solutions to his clients' varied needs. Roger counsels universities and companies in the healthcare, technology, and energy sectors on securing temporary and permanent visas for foreign national employees, including H-1B visas and...
Immigration Law Definition
Immigration law is divided into two basic tracks: Family-based immigration is the process by which an individual is sponsored for permanent residence in a foreign country by a spouse, parent, or other qualifying family member. Business immigration is the process by which individual can obtain temporary or permanent residence in a foreign country on the basis of employment, self-employment, or investment.
Immigration practice isn’t limited to the entry of foreign nationals to the United States. Rather, a full-service immigration firm will have expertise in many jurisdictions. One of the most important facets of the practice is the ability to assist multinational organizations with the mobility of their global workforce – whether it’s to help a German executive obtain permission to visit China for a critical business meeting, or to assist when a United Kingdom company wants to hire a leading United States scientist to lead its R&D efforts.
The guidance of an immigration lawyer is particularly critical in the employment context. Most countries place stringent restrictions on the ability of non-citizens to work, in order to protect their native workforce. In many cases, a company that wants to hire a foreign national must get authorization from both immigration and labor authorities – a complex process that requires the sure hand of a lawyer experienced in practicing before all the relevant government agencies.
The work of the immigration attorney doesn’t stop when visas and other government authorizations are obtained. Once an individual enters a foreign country, there may be important compliance responsibilities facing him or her, family members and employers, from registration with local police, tax, or social insurance authorities to reporting obligations before government agencies. Failing to comply with these responsibilities can mean fines, penalties, and restrictions on an individual’s future travel or an employer’s ability to sponsor additional foreign nationals. The advice of an immigration lawyer is critical throughout an individual’s overseas stay.
In our global economy, the ability to move across international borders has never been more important to professionals and their employers – and the role of immigration lawyers has never been more important to global mobility.
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